Top destinations to visit in South East Asia this 2018

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Asia has many great destinations, that is a proven fact. Coming to Asia, you might get confused and do not know where to start your journey in Asia. Worry no more! Below are some of the best destinations in Asia that were voted by many audiences in Roughguides.

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Sa Pa, Vietnam

This upland town was built in the 1920s by the French colonialists as a summer resort in the north. In recent years, Sa Pa has boomed but the scenery brings back the adventures of tourists still to be preserved. Climbing between rolling hills and terraces, Muong Hoa valley, sleeping in the middle of the clouds or conquering Fansipan dawn is some experience cannot miss.

 

Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An at Vietravel

Located in the middle of central Vietnam, Hoi An is like a different world. Unlike Hanoi or Saigon where the motorbike is packed, Hoi An is peaceful and has a lot of cultural beauty mixed from France, Japan to China. Stopping at a traditional tea or tea shop, visitors can feel the ancient city space with gold-plated houses, located along the Thu Bon River. Cars and motorcycles are not available in the old town center for some time, so visitors can only discover by walking or cycling.

 

Luang Prabang, Laos

The most charming city of Laos with many romantic Indochina, reflected in every temple tower, the colonial architecture houses, or dozens of temples protected by UNESCO. Luang Prabang is an ancient city along the river, surrounded by cottages, resorts, coffee shops …

 

Bohol, Philippines

Bohol at Panglao Bohol

Located in the heart of the Philippines, the land of Visaya is the most attractive destination in the country. There are also sunset scenes, similar Palawan scenery, beautiful sky like Boracay. However, what makes Bohol stand out is its low jungle, chocolate hills are high-pitched terraces like the pyramids of Egypt.

 

Borneo, Malaysia

You can cruise on the Kinabatangan River, explore the densely wooded forest. Surrounding visitors are the branches of trees shaking because of ponies and orangutans climbs. Borneo is still a wilderness, filled with wilderness experiences. In Borneo, you can find the summit of Kinabalu on a two-day trek, enjoying the glorious sunrise of paradise.

 

Ko Samui, Thailand

Koh Samui Island is a tourist attraction with fine white sand, sparkling blue water, peaceful coconut palms and 5-star resorts. Get to the south of the island to explore the fishing village life, or sail gently to explore the limestone mountains of Ang Thong National Park.

 

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiangmai @ LonelyPlanet

Named as the Northern Rose, Chiang Mai has located away from the capital of Bangkok and has a very personal charm. In addition to the temples, resorts, visitors can look to the village of the local ethnic groups to explore their lives. Chiang Mai also has trekking activities to Doi Suthep and Doi Pui mountain, bamboo rafts to explore the Mae Sa Valley.

 

Bali, Indonesia

Bali has many resorts, luxury hotels, cafes, bars for visitors to gather, enjoy local life. However, the sea and forests are the most attractive. Bali’s beaches are famous for beaches such as Kuta, Padang Padang, or Uluwatu, forests and terraced fields that must mention Ubud.

 

Bagan, Myanmar

Bagan is a land rich in history, which was founded in the 2nd century near Mandalay. Bagan owns more than 10,000 temples, pagodas but only about 2,200 ancient works. Guests can enjoy the beauty of this ancient capital from the sky when choosing to go with the balloon and luxury catering services.

 

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap is a colorful city with a mix of old and new. The most famous place that one can not miss is the temples of Angkor. The area is such a huge exhibition area that attracts large numbers of visitors each year. Visitors not only learn history but also can observe the life of the monks, watch the sunrise and sunset on the moss temple roofs.

Hopefully, you will have a wonderful time in these destinations!

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